Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP) 2016-17
Computing talent is scarce, right at the time your company needs it more than ever. The good news? The College of Computing at Georgia Tech can supply precisely the talent you need to fuel your company’s future. Our undergraduate programs are experiencing record enrollments, and that means a growing stream of new graduates from a Top 10 school.
The College’s Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP) offers advantages to help you improve your competitive position among recruiters. By partnering, you will both strengthen and widen your recruiting pipeline through increased awareness among our students and young alumni. And the dean will deploy your unrestricted partnership contributions to advance the College’s strategic priorities, thus sustaining our efforts to form the level of computing talent which is in such high demand by industry leaders
Who are the 2015–2016 CAP partners? Explore the amazing companies who have partnered with the College of Computing on our CAP Partners highlight page.
CAP Engagement Opportunities
The many recognitions we afford you for your membership
Raised company awareness: Hold a Corporate Day in the Student Commons to encounter the hundreds of students passing through daily.
Focused interest in your opportunities: Host a Corporate Information Session in a reserved room with dinner provided for students and rooms provided for private interviews.
Pinpoint your recruitment through student groups: Involve yourself with one or more of 30 student interest groups representing the kinds of extracurricular interests that so often launch careers. Present at group meetings and partner with potential employees. Only CAP partners are offered the opportunity to sponsor student organizations.
Other Exclusive Opportunities for CAP Partners
Get visible through a custom communication plan incorporating digital signage, internal and external posters, CoC-directed emails, event postings on the College website, job postings, and social media support for CAP-related events.
Reserve valuable “one on one” time at Fall and Spring Career Fairs with a dedicated room for your Information Sessions and interview space. Build on the excitement you have generated that day.
Begin a community of student interest by engaging at a reception for corporate partners at during the fall Career Fair.
Elevate your brand with activities and food at your company’s Day in the Student Commons each semester.
Go deeper with potential hires with Company Information Sessions (dinner and a room) with interview rooms reserved for you to follow up one on one with a prospect.
Build relationships and trust by working with any of our 30+ student groups by financially sponsoring events like hackathons or travel scholarships for students to attend conferences like the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing or the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing.
How to Partner
Are you ready to let CAP help you gain a competitive advantage? Gifts can be provided through your corporate recruiting budget, community outreach budget or research budget. Let us help design your plan for awareness raising, involvement, and securing your talent requirements.
Assistant Director of Development